Headlights

RestoredHeadlightsatNight

I pulled into the parking garage at the hospital. As I crept closer to the dark wall before me in my chosen parking space, the headlights of my 2006 Nissan Maxima automatically came on.

Problem…
Only one came on.
Problem…
The one illuminated headlight was only half-lit.

After my hospital visit another meeting beckoned.
After that meeting another meeting at the church beckoned (a lot of beckoning yesterday!).
That last meeting lasted until 8:00 pm.
Time to go home.
Problem…
Darkness covered the land!

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All Dressed Up

Yellow Isolation Gown

Izzy is 94 years old!
Izzy is a hoot with a quick wit, contagious laugh and the best sense of humor.
Izzy is also in the hospital.

I stood in the doorway to her hospital room and saw her sitting down with Nurse Amanda attending to her.

I shouted her name followed by shouting my own name as a way of introduction.
Izzy looked at Nurse Amanda quizzically, “Who’s at the door?”
Nurse Amanda shouted from eighteen inches away – “It’s David Dendy!”

Picture big smile floating across Izzy’s face with an affirmative nod of the head.

Nurse Amanda, wearing a thin, gauzy, yellow isolation gown along with bright blue latex gloves, pointed at herself and said, “You’re going to have to get dressed…” (Interpretation – “Put on a gown and blue latex gloves like me…”)

I quickly shouted back at Nurse Amanda – “But Izzy likes to see me undressed!”
Izzy’s uproarious laugh could be heard through the whole South Wing of the hospital.

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Bellying Up to the Bar

Three Angry Wives

Bellying Up to the Bar

It was 3:00 in the afternoon.
And there I was bellying up to the bar ordering my standard “Gin and Tonic.”

I have never, ever, ever, never been in a bar at 3:00 in the afternoon on a week day.
Yet, there I was saying, “Yes, I would like a lime with that. Is there any other way to drink it?” to the blonde bartender.

Call it chance.
Call it coincidence.
I call it the providence of God.

At 2:53 in the afternoon I was pulling out of the parking lot of my Chiropractor.
As I was leaving I noticed a gentleman pulling into the parking lot who attends my church occasionally. I quickly made a U-turn to offer a quick hello.

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